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The Miami Herald
South Florida-based company Regal Springs Tilapia is the king of fresh tilapia
Supplies fresh tilapia. In 2014, the company estimates it will supply 60 percent of the fresh tilapia sold in the U.S., about 36 million pounds.
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Sun Mar 09, 2014
Rural Report for North Queensland, Monday, March 10, 2014
Suzannah Baker It's a conundrum that's had prawn and barramundi farmers scratching their heads for years.
Las Cruces Sun-News
NMSU cotton research program introduces shrimp production to New Mexico
Emily C. Kelley - NMSU photo NMSU shrimp will soon be available for purchase in New Mexico from the New Mexico Shrimp Company, a student-run operation.
Nanaimo Daily News
Newfoundland and Labrador seafood industry grows, aquaculture sees record year
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - The Newfoundland and Labrador government says the province's seafood industry grew eight per cent last year to $1.1 billion.
Local group to Devant: Test imported tilapia
T&T imports 113 tonnes of tilapia yearly. And a large portion of the imported tilapia comes from China, where concerns have been raised by the US that some farmers are feeding the farm-raised fish faeces from chicken, pig and geese.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
The Miami Herald
Lawmakers attempt to control lionfish
Lawmakers have introduced bills in the Florida House and Senate banning the importation and aquaculture of invasive lionfish.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Bega District News
Tathra Oysters flex champion mussel once again
TATHRA Oysters have won Champion of the Show at the Royal Agricultural Society's Sydney Fine Food Aquaculture Awards for again.
Program offers support to fishing families
FRUITS OF THEIR LABOR Mark Lazzari and Marian Scolles haul in the shellfish Lazzari caught from his boat Thursday morning on Cotuit Harbor.
Look to GM plants and algae to meet omega-3 demand, researchers urge
Increasing demand for long chain omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA means industry must consider land-based sources including microalgae and genetically modified plants, say researchers.
The automated 'fish rigs' that could farm Salmon in the North Sea
EXCLUSIVE: Tiffani's father won a $27m Powerball jackpot when she was 11. A decade later he died broke after he blew it all on a Learjet, fast cars, bad deals and drugs.
Hampton Roads Daily Press
Aquaculture bill means changes for York oyster farming
The General Assembly approved a bill Thursday that would allow oyster farming in agricultural districts, despite strong objections from York County, which has been the epicenter of aquaculture land-use disputes.
Courtenay Comox Valley Record
DFO posts draft geoduck management framework
The Department of Fisheries and Oceans has posted its draft integrated geoduck management framework on its website.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Chef's Challenge March 8th
There's been a little dram in the f and v world with the recent rains that have made leaf lines and herbs water damaged and scarce.
Alaska Journal of Commerce
Fish Factor: West coast scallops are suffering from ocean acidification
Just as Nero fiddled while Rome burned, U.S. policy makers are quibbling over climate issues as bivalves dissolve in an increasingly corrosive Pacific Ocean.
Delaware Aquaculture regulations, maps taking shape
Fittingly, oyster shells lay across the parking lot, left by seabirds that dropped them to access the soft meat inside, as dozens of people recently walked across the light rubble to attend DNREC's second public workshop on developing Delaware's shellfish aquaculture regulations.
Patience needed for this year's crawfish season
"Patience," Aquaculture and Natural Resources Agent Mark Shirley said when asked about this year's crawfish season.
Keeping up with Cohen
When first elected in 2008, it didn't take me long to understand the importance of fisheries in our riding.
Concise Analysis of the International Aquaculture Market - Forecasts to 2019
Aquaculture includes different kinds of activities such as fish farming, oyster farming and shrimp farming among others.
3-D scans map widespread fish disease
Seventy-five percent of antibiotics in Danish fish farms is used to treat fish with enteric redmouth disease.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
A pA tikia s Harbour Redevelopment images spark imagination
Photo simulations of Opotiki's Harbour Redevelopment Project have sparked the imagination of the local community and reignited discussion of the benefits that the redevelopment would bring to the town.